When the COVID-19 pandemic began changing the way we thought about our lives and our work, training companies were also forced to shift how they delivered content and services to their partners and the members of the workforce who relied upon them to continue developing skills and knowledge.
Human resource managers found themselves between employees who were working under unusual circumstances but still needed to make progress in their professional preparation, and training companies that were scrambling to adjust their methods to meet a new normal.
As the pandemic nears what we all hope is its end, business leaders and commentators are taking stock of the changes the pandemic brought. Changes in global consumption patterns accelerated, for example, and some people – women, especially – who left the workforce during the pandemic have yet to return to jobs.
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